Category Archives: 2015

Triple Bill 1: Philip and Lucinda in Existentialism is Hilarious

Meet Philip and Lucinda: the world’s greatest comedy-acrobatic-kazoo-duo and amateur philosophers. Philip and Lucinda want to bring their love of “wordy, dead-old-white guys” to the stage but their managers don’t think existential philosophy is funny. The managers have given our heroes 10-minutes to prove their point. With help from the Wheel of Philosophy, Philip and…
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Triple Bill 1: The Reverend Foo Revival Time

The Reverend Foo Revival Time is a parody of the traveling evangelical tent show. Come witness Reverend Foo deliver a fiery sermon, track down sinners, heal the sick and cast out demons. Join in a rousing spiritual song! Of course, the collection plate will circulate in order to keep the prayers flowing– and Reverend Foo…
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Triple Bill 1: BLUE

Sally has a rip-roaring story to tell: full of romance, betrayal, adventure, magic and tragedy. Too bad she’s under a curse that prevents her from speaking (that’s what happens when you strike a bargain to give up your tail in exchange for some legs). But she is allowed to sing and, with a little help…
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Double Bill: Arti-Chaut

‘Arti-Chaut’ is a one-woman multidisciplinary show created and performed by Sarah Peterson, capturing what humor can be derived from the most hopeless situations. This piece follows a young woman rushing home from her dreary job to welcome a gentleman over for dinner. As she flips, fumbles, rushes and stumbles through these preparations, we see her tenacity…
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Triple Bill 2: Mullet’s Help Line

With his comedy career in the crapper, zombie clown Mullet gets work answering phones in a call centre. One call is a call for help. The man on the line is on the verge of suicide and only Mullet can save him. Can a man learn the value of life from a clown who’s already…
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Double Bill: Mona Monaé

Mona Monaé Lighting up a crowd with her luscious bubble butt Mona Monaé maniacally dances a tense tightrope between devilish provocation, ancestral shame and childlike vulnerability. She invites self-healing through perversion and slutty-ness… and enjoys sharing. Mona Monaé is a necessary experience that you won’t forget.   Quotes: “Priscilla Costa’s, ‘Mona Monaé’ at the InJest…
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The Assholes

THE ASSHOLES Written by Michele Smith, Nina Gilmour, Danya Buonastella, Marissa Zinni and Dean Gilmour The genesis of the project grew from our exploration of Bouffon: those outcasts who come to the theatre to denounce and expose the greedy hypocrites, the assholes, who control the world. We asked ourselves the question: Who are the assholes?…
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War of the Clowns

A pair of impoverished 17th Century street performers (Vilhelm and Schpitl) try to perfect their “William Tell” clown routine. They are rudely interrupted by a bloodthirsty, clown-hating military man named Captain General Vaggis.They flee for their lives to the more “artist friendly” city of Berne. Vilhelm and Schpitl hope to celebrate Fasnacht with the good…
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Triple Bill 2: Peggy’s Place

‘Peggy’s Place’ tells the story of a lower class, karaoke singing, couch-surfer who finally settles down into her first home. This is Peggy’s safe place where she seeks counsel from the creatures and appliances who inhabit the apartment but when rent is due, Peggy figures out that being a karaoke superstar doesn’t pay the bills…
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Student Soirée

The Student Soirée features the best work to come out of recent physical theatre workshops from teachers across the country.  Attached to the night is the presentation of the annual Mark Purvis Awards and Bursary that funds students future study in physical performance.
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